i was accepted by the irs 1/26/13 , but its now 2/2 and nothing has changed on my WMR site states its still processing . I have checked whether or not i can order my 2013 transcripts and i cannot. also went to SBBT and it says there is nothing been deposited to their bank should i be concerned ? and turbo tax said i had no errors and very low chance of audit , should i be worried that the IRS didn't approve my return?
I filed on the 26th and still "processing" so they say! I also heard that sometimes we get our $$$ back and the IRS site still says pending! It looks as if ALOT of us who were accepted on the 26th are getting the same processing message on the site. I also can not order a transcript. If any of you who got accepted on the 26th get your $$$ or get another response on the site will you graceously let us know?!?!?!
I went through the same thing last year.....filed and was accepted super early and watched so many people get their money before me.....I got mine around the 3rd week of Feb and there was absolutely nothing wrong with my return....it wasn't even being extra reviewed.....just got stuck in the pipeline.....I am sure y'all will get a date soon.....I am waiting too but I only filed 1/29 and got accepted 1/30....Good Luck!
Hello lala38... I was accepted on the 26th also I STILL have no DDD and I cannot order any kind of transcriots yet either,, when u try to order transcrp is it saying u did niot file for this year yet ? I am freakinn out because my sister who also went through TT got accepted on the 31st and ALREADY has a DDD of 2-6 ugggggg ,, WHY ME
I think everyone is this forum is very positive, I efiled on Jan 3 and it was accepted on the 24th of January, however I still have not gotten any further than the first bar on the meter, I pray I get approved tonight which is Feb. 6- again thanks guys and gals for being positive!
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